Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (Tony)

Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (Tony)

The Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (飛燕, “flying swallow”) US code-named “Tony” is a Japanese World War II fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service. Przemyslaw Jakubczak designed an air-combat model of this only Japanese fighter with a liquid-cooled inline V engine. The scale is 1/12 and the wingspan is 1m. Optionally, this model can be equipped with fixed landing gear and a controllable rudder. The model is designed to be printed in a vase mode (corkscrew), so the printing is fast and it’s possible to print from LW-PLA mostly without stringing.

What you get:

  • STL files
  • 3mf files for Super Slicer and Factory files for Simplify3D
  • Basic gcodes for printing from PETG

What you need:

  • A 3D printer with a build volume 153 x 153 x 175 mm
  • 440g of PLA/PETG
  • 4108 600KV class motor
  • 40A ESC
  • 2x 3S 1300-1500mAh battery
  • 3x 9g micro servo
  • 9×6″ propeller
  • some hardware such as pushrods, etc. (see the BOM in userguide)

 

$20.00

Product Description

The Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (飛燕, “flying swallow”) US code-named “Tony” is a Japanese World War II fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service. Przemyslaw Jakubczak designed an air-combat model of this only Japanese fighter with a liquid-cooled inline V engine. The scale is 1/12 and the wingspan is 1m. Optionally, this model can be equipped with fixed landing gear and a controllable rudder. The model is designed to be printed in a vase mode (corkscrew), so the printing is fast and it’s possible to print from LW-PLA mostly without stringing.

 

How it works

Download - Print - Assembly - Fly
  • 1
    Creating process of digital modelling

    Extensive hi-tech 3d structural reinforcement resulting in solid yet lightweight airframe thanks to additive 3Dprinting technology

  • 2
    Printing and testing

    Each plane has been thoroughly tested to find ideal shape and best possible inner structure

  • 3
    Distribution

    Choose your aircraft, download 3d files and print as many you need. Using your desktop 3Dprinter